A life-size LEGO TARDIS has materialized in Australia (Sydney’s Bondi Beach to be precise) as part of a promotional campaign for the country’s inaugural Doctor Who Festival. Apparently, Peter Capaldi and Billie Piper will be among those in attendance.

Let’s hope there are a lot of Aussie Doctor Who fans because they’ll need to sell a lot of tickets to offset the cost of all those bricks.

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When we last checked in with the Doctor, he was trying to cope with the problem of a tiny festive TARDIS. Unfortunately, his first attempt at a solution has only resulted in even more tiny TARDISes strewn about the lawn.

Featuring a 24-inch lead wire and 8-inch spacing, this 12-inch tall Doctor Who TARDIS Luminary Outdoor Décor is perfect for lighting the pathway to your TARDIS. Packaged in a color box. Measures 90-inches long overall.

Back to the drawing board I guess.

Product Page ($37.99)

(via GeekAlerts)

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We said the official unveiling would be hot on the heels of this teaser for LEGO’s Official TARDIS Set, and that has turned out to be the case.

This LEGO Ideas 21304 Doctor Who set is based on Andrew Clark’s Doctor Who And Companions set. It includes a LEGO TARDIS, two Daleks, and four minifigures; the Eleventh Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor, Clara Oswald, and a Weeping Angel.

It’s estimated to go on sale December 1st for $59.99.

Check out more pictures plus a video of the official announcement from the Gallifreyan Shopping Network after the break.

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“Landing soon” being the words on the Lego Facebook page update.

But that’s not the only teaser shot! Check out the second image after the break…

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Little free libraries have been popping up all over the place in a wonderful attempt to inspire kids (and adults) to read, but a Little TARDIS Library recently landed in the UK on Brighton beach and I am both delighted and super jealous! It will continue to tour the UK “sharing stories with children and young people to help promote their love of reading”.

In fact, this four-foot tall, two-foot wide Library has hundreds (bigger on the inside) of classic books including Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Secret Garden, The Hobbit, The Harry Potter series, The Chronicles of Narnia, Charlotte’s Web, and collections of Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, and Shakespeare.

If you’re in the UK, you can inquire about getting the Little TARDIS Library to visit your school, library, or park by emailing contact@littlefreelibraryproject.org.uk

(via Nerdist)


I know it may be a little early for Christmas stuff, but is a TARDIS topper that lights up! I mean, come on.

It’s also a limited edition exclusive of only 1440 pieces, so waiting until Christmas might not be an option.

Product Page ($34.99)


People do all sorts of crazy things in the name of love, but there aren’t many who build a TARDIS in 10 days. Nick Clements did just that so that he could use it as part of a wonderfully nerdy marriage proposal.

He put together a time-lapse video so you can see the build in progress, and it even includes the proposal which takes place right in the doorway.

See the video after the break.

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While most Doctor Who fans would love to own a full sized TARDIS replica, this 1:6 scale version of the Tenth Doctor’s TARDIS is probably the next best thing.

The model is roughly 20″ tall and is made to go with the Big Chief 1:6 scale Doctor Who figures. Other 1:6 scale figures would work of course, and I suppose you could always dress up as the Doctor yourself and reenact tiny TARDIS scenes from the episode Flatline.

The model includes LEDs, swappable interiors, and recreates the TARDIS in incredible detail. In addition, if you order from Big Chief directly, you get a bonus – a pair of pjs and slippers for the 1:6 scale Tenth Doctor figure (if you own it) or you could put them on another figure. I bet it would look cool on Stan Lee.

Either way, cool replica, fun extras and Doctor Who awesomeness. Sounds good to me.

Head after the break to take a closer look.

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This Doctor Who lamp is just the thing for letting the Doctor know that you’re ready and waiting for him to show up in that magical blue box. It’s a triangular lamp that features the TARDIS going through the wormhole on the front and back, but the villains are along for the ride, too. A Weeping Angel, Cyberman, and Dalek are on the sides of the lamp and project their images onto surrounding walls.

The lamp is handmade from acrylic and measures 9″ on each side. It uses just a standard C7 bulb and is made to order so it’ll take about 4-6 weeks to have this Whovian lamp on your table.

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These gorgeous TARDIS umbrellas will keep you and your companions dry with a 23″ wide canopy that opens with the touch of a button. Licensed from the BBC, choose an umbrella with the classic 1960 police box design or the TARDIS landing on an alien landscape.

Both designs are available for pre-order and will be perfect for that rainy day in London. Check out all the details after the “Geronimo!”

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